Definition of "gettable" [get•ta•ble]

  • That may be obtained. (adjective)

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Use "gettable" in a sentence
  • "My experience is that new hardware is either 'gettable' or not."
  • "Obama would seem to be much better positioned to reach those "gettable" non-Democrats, and also could wage a generational campaign against McCain more effectively than Clinton could."
  • "Even if you understand the first cake military, as has already been explained, it's still a wreck...uneven centering, the "gettable" is something I'd like to forget, and the tadpoles swimming around the border... poor "class""